The Skyline View

Skyline Speaks: studying for finals

April 29, 2015

This week in the Skyline Speaks, we ask students and members of the Skyline College community what they...

Finding who you are through Grease

April 29, 2015

This multimedia piece is made up from the Grease Musical that was held on Friday April 24 through Sunday...

Unapologetic: When your friend is an extrovert

Unapologetic: When your friend is an extrovert

April 24, 2015

My friend since Barbie dolls and Love's Baby Soft is an extrovert. She has always been the type to hav...

Trojans Man: Lights, camera, action: When to star in your own sexy home movies

Trojans Man: Lights, camera, action: When to star in your own sexy home movies

April 24, 2015

You know what really shakes thing up in the bedroom? Porn. But I don’t mean popping in a DVD or plugging...

Amazon Angle: Love making: It’s better to be passionate with your partner than to be shallow and selfish

Amazon Angle: Love making: It’s better to be passionate with your partner than to be shallow and selfish

April 24, 2015

There are some people who fail to realize that sex is supposed to be an intimate experience between two...

The View from Here: Privacy disappears in a fleeting landscape

The View from Here: Privacy disappears in a fleeting landscape

April 24, 2015

Everyone does stupid things when they’re young, and most of those stupid things you hope go either...

Campus mourns loss of mentor

Jeanita Lyman, TSV News Editor

April 24, 2015

Filed under Campus News, News

The Skyline community is mourning the loss of Richard Soyombo, Dean of Global Learning Programs and Services. Soyombo passed away suddenly on the morning of April 20, according to an announcement from Skyline College President Dr. Regina Stanback Stroud. Associated Students of Skyline College President Nicole Harris worked...

Editorial: The danger of pharmaceutical drugs in academia

TSV Staff

April 24, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Opinions

The abuse of psychostimulants has seen an increase in college students seeking to get an edge, particularly with the approach of finals. The culprit at the crux of the problem is Adderall. There is a common misconception that this drug will increase academic results due to its potential to focus concentration. A study conducted...

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